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|Dimensions||12" x 12" x 18"|
|Electrical||110 - 240 V; 50 - 60 Hz; 600 W max|
|Light sources||All LED, pulsed on-demand, instant on, instant off|
|Optics||Nominally 5x and 15x objectives standard, other magnifications optional|
|Optical||Resolution as low as 0.5 mm/pixel; coverage area 3 mm|
|Detector||Cooled monochrome camera with high UV sensitivity|
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